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Windows 7: Inserted pdf files as linked objects

29 Dec 2015   #1
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Inserted pdf files as linked objects

Inserted pdf files as linked objects in a word 2010 document. I only can see the first page. When double clicking the object i can open the pdf file .

I would like to print in order the word document inserting all the pages of the pdf object in a final document in an automated way.

Can i do this ?

Best Regards


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29 Dec 2015   #2
Ranger4

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit sp1
 
 

You actually need a program to convert your pdf files to Word. Search the web for "convert pdf files to word 2010", which should bring up a range of converting programs for you. I have not used any of them but someone else may come in & make a suggestion.

There are some that are free & some that you have to pay for.
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29 Dec 2015   #3
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Windows xp pro 32+ Windows 7 pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ranger4 View Post
You actually need a program to convert your pdf files to Word. Search the web for "convert pdf files to word 2010", which should bring up a range of converting programs for you. I have not used any of them but someone else may come in & make a suggestion.

There are some that are free & some that you have to pay for.
I know that world. But I don't want to convert the pdf files to word files.
What I suppose i need is a script to mount the final pdf....
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